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- Pegboard hooks
- Toothpicks (optional /not pictured)
Step 1: Start painting the bigger pieces of your pattern by using a paintbrush. To get the Dalmatian look, paint random blobs in black all over your pegboard. Once you’re happy with the look, set your pegboard aside to dry.
Step 2: Go back and start painting the smaller details with either your paintbrush or a toothpick. In this case, go back with a toothpick and add small black dots/ blobs in the background.
When you’re completely done, set your pegboard aside to dry.
Step 3: Grab another color of paint and paint all four edges of your pegboard. Then set the whole thing aside to dry.
Once your pegboard is completely dry, you’re ready to hang it!
The painted patterned and the pop of color around the edges definitely makes this plan pegboard much more exciting! With that being said, if you still don’t feel comfortable hand painting a pattern onto your pegboard that is ok! You could always use a stencil or stamp set in your favorite pattern, instead of hand painting it yourself.
If you painted your own pegboard, what colors or patterns would you choose to paint?